The project, called 'we fit together', is made up of over 300 jigsaw pieces on the walls of Christopher Rawlins Primary School in Adderbury – and has been put together by every child at the school who have chosen a jigsaw piece, created a design and painted it on to the surface.
One of the organisers for the project said: "It is a celebration of each individual child’s creativity.
"By joining together collaboratively to create this incredible mural, it underpins the school values of community and working together, hence the title 'we fit together' no matter how different each of us is.
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"The children have done fantastically well, it looks incredible and they are hugely proud of their achievement.
"This bright, happy school greets them every morning now.
"Year 6, are quite literally leaving their mark, as they leave for their new chapters at secondary school."